Driving out to Agassiz, BC, I saw this tree. Funny, I have seen that tree a number of times and kind of passed it off as I drove by. This time I stopped and actually walked onto the property seeing … Continue reading
Author Archives: Dave Roels
I have driven by this location in Maple Ridge, B.C. almost monthly for many years, on my way to Agassiz, B.C. I’ve seen each season and every weather condition; from sunny skies and twilight evenings, to pouring down rain and … Continue reading
En route to a job in Vernon, BC., I saw a sign that said X miles to next gas station. My gas gauge said turn around and get gas or prepare to walk…. It was on the way to the … Continue reading
When I was a young boy our family went to this park for Sunday picnics with our cousins.
Standing next to fast moving traffic under the Alex Fraser Bridge I was able to capture this photograph. It is hard to believe these are clouds in the background, as they look like waves of the ocean!
This sure looks like a winter shot looking at those clouds covering the Seymour Mountain area of North Vancouver. But in reality, this was taken on a summer morning June 2012 from Lumberman’s Arch in Stanley Park. Rising early has … Continue reading
A different perspective . . . looking up! This color photograph was taken April 21, 2008 in down town Vancouver while I was on my way to the Hyatt Regency Hotel to photograph a lunch meeting. It’s true; trees have … Continue reading
I am having my first exhibition of my long exposure fine art photographs.
Getting up early in the morning has its rewards. While driving down one of the streets in Vancouver some interesting looking trees caught my eye. The unexpected bonus of stopping was discovering a new branch just above ground and new … Continue reading
I was on the way back to my car and remembered what I have said a number of times. “Once the sun comes up, then turn around and there are the shots.” So I took my own advice. I got my tripod back … Continue reading
This building has been standing a little longer than I have. Actually it goes back to my grandfather’s day. Just looking at the size of those trees and you know they were not planted recently. I used a Tilt and Shift lens … Continue reading
When I first saw this tree around noon, it was just starting to rain. I got soaked taking a few shots and decided to come back the next morning. I got up about 4 am and by the time I arrived … Continue reading